The Edge Effect

The Edge Effect: Achieve Total Health and Longevity with the Balanced Brain Advantage – by Eric Braverman

Edge EffectISBN: 1402722478
READ: 2013-01-08 to 2013-02-08
RATING: 8/10
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My notes:

Think of this book as an owner’s manual for your brain.

It gives readers power to prevent and take action against minor or serious illnesses, which can be largely traced to imbalances in the brain.

There are 4 major neurotransmitters in the brain: Dopamine, Acetylcholine, GABA, and Seratonin. The exact balance and production of these neurotransmitter levels varies from person to person.

According to Braverman, every person has one dominant neurotransmitter, which indicates your “Braverman Nature.” The book contains thorough information about using knowledge of your nature and any presenting symptoms to make tweaks that will improve your health.

In addition to learning about your dominant nature, you want to learn of and address any neurotransmitter deficiencies that may be present in your brain.

These deficiencies can be of any of the four neurotransmitters. Deficiency in your dominant nature is fairly common but your dominant nature is not synonymous with having a deficiency.

To assess BOTH your Braverman Nature and any deficiencies, there is a “Braverman Nature Assessment” in “The Edge Effect.” It’s a paper assessment of T/F questions, which I trust as a reliable measure.

Additional copies of the assessment can be printed here: Nature PDF

Although it’s just one data point, my results from this paper test for my deficiencies matched perfectly with results from a saliva panel I had done!

Print out the test & take it in one sitting while you will not be interrupted.

Good luck!

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